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Art Radar: 8.4.11

Mike Burrill

New York-based graphic artist Mike Burrill returns to his native Minnesota to share a series of prints inspired by Steely Dan lyrics.  Burrill’s fascination with Type becomes ever-present as he connects music and design in a clever, yet visually pleasing way.  You can check out more of the artist’s work via his website, or, if you’re in Minneapolis, stop by the opening this Friday, August 5, from 8 – 10pm at the Buffalo Exchange on 2727 Lyndale Ave S.

Cindy Sherman

What’s the hottest collaboration in the beauty industry right now?  Artist Cindy Sherman for MAC cosmetics.  A legend in her own right, Sherman has teamed up with the very popular beauty brand to produce prolific self portraits, featuring three delightful characters. For more on the story visit Hint Mag.


Cope2 Tees

Graffiti artist Cope2 will draw many to the city of Copenhagen for his solo exhibit at the Halvandet Gallery this Saturday.  Titled World’s Famous Bubble, the show will be an accumulation of the iconic letters that started his career.  In commemoration, Cope2 will be releasing a special graphic t-shirt (carrying his name) in a multicolor print. World’s Famous Bubble opens August 6, 2011, at the Halvandet Gallery, Refeshalevej 325, 1432 Kobenhavn K.

KC Collins

KC Collins

A vivid painter with a background in graffiti and design, artist K.C. Collins has no trouble communicating his ideas through his work.  Based in Austin, Texas, Collins’ work shines with narrative, feeling and question.  Check out a few of his images above and cruise through his website to learn more.  Collins is clearly an artist to watch.

Deedee Cheriel

Deedee Cheriel

Speaking of narratives, artist Deedee Cheriel has new work up at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles as part of a group show entitled Songs for Infinite Starry Nights.  A marriage between the symbiotic and the beautiful, humans and animals form relationships in Cheriel’s mystical world.  If you’ve been paying attention, you’ve probably already spotted the artist’s signature “bear head” posters in anticipation of the show all over east Los Angeles.  The Merry Karnowsky Gallery is located at 170 S. La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90036.

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One Response to “Art Radar: 8.4.11”

  1. C_Rocka C_Rocka says:

    That dude Mike Burrill is pretty cool.


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